Pitti Palace

Pitti Palace

Start with the Galleria Palatina. If you can still remember your name after it, move on; you’ll find Titian’s sultry The Concert and sensuous Mary Magdalene, Raphael’s riveting Woman With Veil, Ruben’s world-weary Four Philosophers, and tempestuous Consequences of War. There’s also Fra Bartolomeo’s heartbreaking Lamentation, and Caravaggio’s more-human-than-human Sleeping Cupid. And a few hundred more. 

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